Idioms: a piece of cake, a blessing in disguise, a fool and his money are easily parted, a leopard can't change his spots, a slap on the wrist, a chip on your shoulder.

Idioms: a piece of cake, a blessing in disguise, a fool and his money are easily parted, a leopard can't change his spots, a slap on the wrist, a chip on your shoulder.

"In the dead of winter" means "in the middle of the winter". Example: My little brother was born on December 21st, right in the dead of winter.

"In the dead of winter" means "in the middle of the winter". Example: My little brother was born on December right in the dead of winter.

Love Idioms - Love on the rocks

Take a look at Kaplan International's "on the rocks" idioms illustration. Discover how to use love idioms in everyday conversation and speak English like a native.

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